Our resident Sharp Shooter Arya Borhade has added another feather to his cap, this time the ace snapper has snapped the 2018 Range Rover Vogue doing rounds around the city. The 2018 Range Rover Vogue is seen fully camouflaged running with factory TC numberplates. The launch of the 2018 Range Rover Vogue could be just around the corner, maybe in a few weeks.
The current Range Rover has been on sale since 2013. Land Rover had revealed the facelifted version of the Range Rover range officially late last year. Noticible updates include a restyled grille, all new Matrix Pixel LED headlamps and a all new front bumper. On the inside the changes a new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system with 10-inch touchscreen displays, additional charging ports, Activity Key enabling owners to lock and unlock vehicle without carrying key fob. The updated Range Rover also comes with Up to 17 connection points including domestic plug sockets, USB, HDMI and 12-volt are all available; 4G Wi-Fi hotspots for up to eight devices. Updates inside include new luxurious seats that offer over 25 massage programmes and can recline by up to 40 degrees. These functions can also be controlled from a smartphone.
The 2018 Range Rover also got an all-new plug-in hybrid model when it made its reveal which is called as the P400e. This all new Plug-in Hybrid Range Rover comes powered with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and a lithium ion battery with 13.1 kWh of power. The engine power with the electric motor, power hit out a combined power output rated at 404 PS with 640 Nm of peak torque. This version of the Range Rover can do 0 to 100 kmph in just 6.3 seconds with a top speed limited at 220 kmph. The efficient new Range Rover P400e PHEV emits just 64g/km of CO2 and can be driven in all-electric model for 49kms.
The smallest engine available on the Range Rover is the 3.0 Litre TDV6 Diesel engine with 258ps of power on it and 600nm of torque, this one can do a 0 to 100kmph in 8 seconds. You also get a 3.0 Litre V6 Supercharged Petrol option that makes 340PS of power and has 450nm of torque under its belt.
If you opt for the Long Wheelbase model then you also have the option of the 4.4 Litre SDV8 Diesel heart with 339PS of power and 740 Nm of torque on it. Topping the engine list is the 5.0 Litre V8 Supercharged Petrol engine that has 525PS of power and 625 Nm of peak torque on it. This is also known as the King of the Range Rovers and can do 0-100kmph in 5.4 seconds. All these engine options come mated to an 8-Speed Automatic transmission.
We expect the 2018 Range Rover to launch in a few weeks time in India, watch this space for more details on the 2018 Range Rover. Happy Sunday.
Pics – Arya Borhade